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Supports Coordination

Clients for this service must be referred by their home county. Contact your county’s Department of Human Services for information on supports coordination services available to you. If Familylinks Supports Coordination is available in your county, you’ll then be able to choose us as your provider.

Our Supports Coordination program helps people living with intellectual disabilities to find a place to live, a place to work, and the proper training to find a job. Supports coordinators work with clients to help them find and take advantage of employment services, adult day programs, transportation and specialized therapies, among many other services. If you or a loved one lives with an intellectual disability, it can be hard to know what services are available and how to obtain them. Family caregivers shouldn’t have to do it all. Let our expert, professional Supports Coordination Unit step in and help!

Who does it serve?

Children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

What can you expect?

  • Each client is assigned to a supports coordinator (SC), who works on behalf of the client to find and arrange services as appropriate based on the client’s needs.
  • Your SC will connect you with services like job training, employment, transportation, and therapy services.
  • You’ll meet with your SC in person at least once a year.

How do you enroll?

Supports Coordination clients must first register with the appropriate county office, such as Allegheny County’s Office of Intellectual Disability. After an initial evaluation, if Familylinks is a provider for your county, you may choose Familylinks.

Why choose Familylinks?

  • Familylinks is the largest provider of supports coordination in Allegheny County, and our Supports Coordination Unit serves 12 counties in Pennsylvania.
  • Our reputation among clients and service providers is second to none, and we serve about 3,000 clients each year. 
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Coordination of support services for clients with intellectual disabilities.